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Wed Sep 26, 2012 2:18 pm

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i connect to my vpn through system preferences, network, and select my vpn connection on my mac

once connected; i cant connect to my server on my network on my mac.

if i go to my windows side (using parallels) it is connected and i can browse my server there.

am i doing something wrong?

it is a pain when i am using a windows program print something to adobe (my 'my documents' folder is on my server and that where i like to save all my documents so they are backed up) but then need to email the same document, my email is on the mac side, so i cant get to the document.

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Fri Aug 16, 2013 6:19 am

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Did you ever get an answer to this question? I have a similar thing going on. Sonicwall vpn connects but remote desktop cannot connect to the server. I have a pc also which has no problem connecting. I am noticing that the only computer that shows up when the vpn tunnel is active is the mac laptop, all the windows computers on the network don't show up. The weird thing is it worked for the first week I had the computer and then worked sporadically and now not at all.

I'm thinking about calling Apple for help but I expect this will not fall under AppleCare's purview.

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